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1 COCHIN UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY Name: Department : Contact Details Address for communication Phone Prof. (Dr). D. Rajasenan Department of Applied Economics Professor Mathematical Economics and Econometrics, Department of Applied Economics, Cochin University of Science and Technology Cochin , Intercom 1. Academic Background Qualifications: Qualifying Post Graduate Degree: Ph. D (Economics) M.A. (Economics) Ph. D with NET No Ph. D without NET Yes Post Graduate Degree(s) M.A. (Economics) With Specialization in Quantitative Economics, University of, 1979 M.A. (Sociology) With Specialization in Rural Sociology, University of, 1981 Under Graduate Degree(s): Any other PG degree/ Diploma relevant to the subject: 2. Research Performance Post- Graduate Diploma in Ecological Modeling (University of Bremen Germany- 1993) Post- Graduate Diploma in Coastal Management (University of Bremen, Germany 1998) 2.1 Each published /accepted paper in Journal/conferences (during the last five years) Signature (in Hard Copy Only) Page 1 of 25

2 SI. No Authors (As published in the paper) Rajasenan, D Rajasenan, D., Jayakumar, M.S. and Bijith George Abraham Rajasenan, D and Rajeev B. Rajasenan, D and Ruby Babu Rajasenan, D, Bijith George Abraham and Rajeev B Title Journal Year Volume Page No Land Alienation and Housing Segregation: The Extent of Exclusion Encountered by the Tribes of Socio-Economic and Psychological Dimensions of Migration-Induced Exclusion of the Elderly in, India: An Empirical Analysis Social Class and Gender in the Engineering and Medical Entrance Rank: The Extent of Exclusion in the High Performance Level The Western Ghats of : A Perusal on Environment, Sustainability and Livelihood of the Forest Dependent Community Education Exclusion in a Social-Class Framework: An Journal of Land and Rural Studies, Sage International Journal of Migration, Health and Social Care (Coming in the July 2015 issue) Journal of Economic Policy and Research, Institute of Public Enterprise (accepted) Asian African Journal of Economics and Econometrics (accepted July 2015 issue) Higher Education for the Future, State Higher Education Council, Sage (In 2015 Vol. 3, Apri l - Sept, 2015 issue Signature (in Hard Copy Only) Page 2 of 25

3 Rajasenan, D Rajasenan, D, Bijith G. A. and Rajeev B Rajasenan, D Rajasenan, D Rajasenan, D Inquiry into the Major Sub-Sectors of the Professional Self- Financing Sector in Blue Revolution versus Fishers Livelihood: Review of the Deep Sea Fishing Policy Embracing Multinationals in Indian Waters Education Exclusion in the Professional Self-Financing Sector in : A Social Class Analysis Livelihood Imperatives of the Fishing Communities in a Dynamic Environment of Climate Change Dynamics of Poverty and Household Economic Development among the Socially Excluded Groups in the Biodiversity Hotspot of Wayanad, Dynamics of Poverty and Household the editorial revision process) Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development CSSEIP Working Paper Series Science Communicator (forthcoming) Himalayan Journal of Development and Democracy, University of New Mexico, USA Presented at the Ninth Annual Himalayan Policy (5) Vol issue 2014 Vol. 9, Signature (in Hard Copy Only) Page 3 of 25

4 Rajasenan, D, Varghese Manaloor, Bijith George Abraham and Prabhakaran T. R. Rajasenan, D [jointly with Jayakumar M S] Rajasenan, D [jointly with Jayakumar M S] Rajasenan, D, V. A. Nambi, Sunitha A. S. and Rajeev B. Economic Development among the Socially Excluded Groups in the Biodiversity Hotspot of Wayanad, An Empirical Examination of the Inter-Temporal and Inter-Generational Dimensions of Poverty among Social Classes in the Bio- Diversity Hotspots of Wayanad Migration and Exclusion: The Situation of Elderly Left Behind Secured or Susceptible: The Elderly in Emigrant Households in Dynamics of Household Economic Development in Meenangady and Meppady Panchayaths Research Conference, University of Wisconsin, Madison, United States of America, October 16-19, CSSEIP Working Paper Series at the International Seminar on Migration, Care Economy and Development, Centre for Development Studies, Trivandrum. at the 17 th Biennial Conference of Association of Gerontology India (AGI) & International Conference on Engaging and Empowering the Elderly (ICEEE, 2014), Centre for Development Studies, Trivandrum. CSSEIP Working Paper Series 2014 Vol. 3, 5 Septemb er 16-17, 2014 Septemb er 15 and 16, Vol. 3, Signature (in Hard Copy Only) Page 4 of 25

5 Rajasenan, D. Rajasenan, D and Rajesh R 17. Florence, M.A and Rajasenan, D. 18. Rajasenan, D, Bijith George Abraham and Rajeev B 19. Florence, M.A and Rajasenan, D. in Wayanad District: A Social Class Analysis Gender Bias and Caste Exclusion in Engineering Admission Inferences from the Engineering Entrance Examination in Plantation Workers in : an Intra- Sector Analysis Based on Standard of Living and Quality of Life Livelihood Issues and Inclusive Development of the Wetland Fishing Communities Coconut Yield Estimation and its Inferences in : An Inter-Spatial Analysis Sustainability and Livelihood Issues of Vembanad Coastal Wetland Ecosystem Based Fishermen Communities in : A Multi- Higher Education for the Future, State Higher Education Council, Sage International Journal of Economic Issues (IJEI) Inclusive Development International Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, Cochin University of Science and Technology South Asian Journal of Socio-Political Studies (SAJOSPS) Asian African Journal of Economics and Econometrics 2014 Vol Jul- Dec Vol. 1 & Vol. XIV Vol. 14, Signature (in Hard Copy Only) Page 5 of 25

6 Dimensional Scaling Approach 20. Rajasenan, D and Florence, M.A An Empirical Analysis of the Interspatial Poverty of the Vembanad Wetland Communities of 21. Rajasenan, D. The Tribulations of Landlessness and Exclusion among the Tribes of 22. Suresh P. R. and Rajasenan, D 23. Rajasenan, D, Rajeev B and Bijith George Abraham 24. Rajasenan, D, Rajeev B and Bijith George Abraham 25. Rajasenan, D, Bijith George Abraham and Rajeev B Education as Choices and Capabilities: an Analysis of the level of Exclusion of the Tribes in Inclusive Development Strategy through Tribal Sub Plan (TSP) and the Paradox of Development of the Tribes of Dimensions of Consumer Exploitation and Worth of Institutional Mechanisms in Migration-induced Exclusion of the Elderly in International Journal of Economic Issues Inclusive Development International Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities International Journal of Economic Issues Indian Journal of Development Research and Social Action International Journal of Economic Issues CSSEIP Working Paper Series 2014 Vol. 7, Vol. 1 & Vol. 7, Vol. 10, Nos. 1 and Vol. 6, Vol. 3, Signature (in Hard Copy Only) Page 6 of 25

7 26. Parvathy P and Rajasenan, D 27. Rajasenan, D and Bijith George Abraham 28. Rajasenan, D, Bijith George Abraham and Rajeev B 29. Rajasenan, D and Nikitha P. M. 30. Rajasenan, D and Rajeev B Importers Stipulations in the SPS Regime: Riposte from the Fishery Export Units of Socio-Economic Situation of Tribes in Wayanad: A Distinct Case of Underdevelopment Health, Education and Employment in a Forward-Backward Dichotomy Based on Standard of Living Index for the Tribes in Land Alienation and Housing Segregation of the Tribes in Development Dynamics Involved in Tribal Sub Plan 31. Rajasenan, D Consumption, Education and Exploitation: A Probe into the Consumer Exclusion in 32. Rajasenan, D and Rajeev B Stakeholder s Perception of Coconut Asian African Journal of Economics and Econometrics CSSEIP Working Paper Series Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development CSSEIP Working Paper Series CSSEIP Working Paper Series Indian Institute of Public Administration CORD Semi-annual R & D Journal, Asian and Pacific 2013 Vol. 13, Vol Vol. 4, Vol Vol Apri l- June issue Vol. 29, 1-11 Signature (in Hard Copy Only) Page 7 of 25

8 33. Rajasenan, D and Rajeev B 34. Rajasenan, D, Varghese Manaloor and Bijith George Abraham 35. Rajasenan, D, Varghese Manaloor and Bijith George Abraham 36. Rajasenan, D and Rajeev B 37. Parvathy P and Rajasenan, D 38. Parvathy P and Rajasenan, D Palm Insurance Scheme: A Study on the Coastal States of India Economics of Barge- Based Inland Container Transportation: The Case of Southern Tourist Profiles and Characteristics vis-àvis Market Segmentation of Ecotourism Destinations in Socio-Economic Aspects of Sustainable Ecotourism Development: The Case of Coconut Palm Insurance Scheme: an Empirical Evaluation Marine Product Exports of in the ASEAN India Free Trade Area: Possibilities and Challenges From Market Concentration to Coconut Community (APCC) Journal of Institute of Public Enterprise Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development Research on Humanities and Social Sciences Vol. 36, 1 & Vol. 3, No Vol 2, No Indian Coconut Journal 2012 (6) Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development 2012 Vol. 3, Developing Country Studies 2012 Vol. 2, Signature (in Hard Copy Only) Page 8 of 25

9 39. Rajasenan, D and Rajeev B 40. Rajasenan, D and Paul, Binu P 41. Rajasenan, D and Bijith George Abraham 42. Rajasenan, D and Bijith George Abraham 43. Rajasenan, D and Rajeev B Market Diversification: WTO and the Marine Products Exports from -Using ARIMA Method Fishery Commodity Chain Trap vis-à-vis Global Quality Standards: An Analysis of the Marine Fishery Unsustainable Exploitation and the Importance of Fisheries Management-An Analysis of Marine Fishery Livelihood Security and Socio-economics of Community Based Ecotourism (CBET) in Effectiveness of Coconut Palm Insurance Scheme in the Coastal Belts of India A SWOT Analysis Livelihood Security of Traditional Fishermen of : Analysing 6 Developing Country Studies 2012 Vol 2, 5 Asian African Journal of Economics and Econometrics South Asian Journal of Socio-Political Studies Indian Journal of Applied Research Indian Journal of Applied Research 2012 Vol- 12 No Vol. XII, Volu me Issue Volu me Signature (in Hard Copy Only) Page 9 of 25

10 44. Rajasenan, D and Paul, Binu P 45. Rajasenan, D and Rajeev B 46. Rajasenan, D jointly with Paul, Binu P 47. Rajasenan, D and Mahesh, R 48. Rajasenan, D jointly with Sunitha, A.S and Paul, Binu P and Identifying the Roles of Self Help Groups Standard of Living and Community Perception in the Community Based Ecotourism (CBET) Sites of : An Inter Zone Analysis Food Security Challenges and Food Security Bill 2011: the Inferences and Imperatives Intake Capacity and Inclusiveness of Technical Education Sector in Productivity Trends, Livelihood Security and Regional Community Based Fishery Institutions in - A Micro Level Analysis Professional Course Entrance Examination in : Exclusion in a Community- Gender Mirror 49. Rajasenan, D The Perception- Reality Gap in the Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development Issue Vol. 3, 2 Science Communicator 2011 Volu me 02, Issue 02 CSSEIP Working Paper Series Asian African Journal of Economics and Econometrics CSSEIP Working Paper Series EDU-Vision- An Interdisciplinary Journal 2011 Vol Volu me Vol Vol Signature (in Hard Copy Only) Page 10 of 25

11 50. Rajasenan, D jointly with Paul, Binu P 51. Rajasenan, D jointly with Sunitha A.S and M S Jayakumar Health Status of the Disadvantaged: Evidence from the Tribal Communities in Wayanad, Performance and Perception of Students: Tracing The Missing Thread in Education Discussions The Vicious Nexus of Ill-Health, Socio- Economic Backwardness and Exclusion Education Exclusion and Economic Growth 52. Rajasenan, D Livelihood and Employment of Workers in Rubber and Spices Plantations CSSEIP Working Paper Series CSSEIP Working Paper Series CDS Discussion Paper, National Research Project on Plantation Development, Centre for Development Studies, Trivandrum Vol Vol. 2, Text Books / Reference Books/subject books/monograph/chapters of Books Published (during the last five years) SI Title with ISBN Number Publisher with Place of Publication Year 1. Emigration Induced Exclusion of the Elderly in (ISBN: ) Directorate of Publications and Public Relations, CUSAT, Cochin 2014 Signature (in Hard Copy Only) Page 11 of 25

12 2. Sustainable Livelihood and Fishing Sector in : Role of SHGs and Co-operatives (ISBN: ) 3. Community Based Ecotourism in (ISBN: ) 4. Social Exclusion and Technical Education in (ISBN: ) 5. Inclusion of the Excluded: Agenda and Strategies (ISBN: ) Directorate of Publications and Public Relations, CUSAT, Cochin 2012 Directorate of Publications and Public Relations, CUSAT, Cochin 2012 Directorate of Publications and Public Relations, CUSAT, Cochin 2011 Directorate of Publications and Public Relations, CUSAT, Cochin Patents / Technology transfer/product/process: Each patent awarded SI Title Sanction Number Year Each Technology transfer through Central / State / University / Quasi Government agencies SI Name of Technology transfer Agency Year 2.4 Externally Funded Research / Consultancy Projects through University / Institution (Both completed and Ongoing Projects): during the last five years Project Cost in Lakhs SI Title Funding Agency Amount & Duration / Co-investigator Signature (in Hard Copy Only) Page 12 of 25

13 Rs. 92,43,405/- 1. Policy Determinants of Household Economic Development (PDHED), Wayanad in 2. Socio-Economic and Cultural Exclusion: Changing Perception of the Tribes in 3. Self-financing Engineering Education in : The Situation of Dropout and Employment Exclusion of SC/ST Students 4. Residential Segregation and Social Exclusion among the Scheduled Castes (SC) and Scheduled Tribes (ST) of 5. Self-Financing Regime and Educational Exclusion: An Inquiry into the Professional Education in 6. Community Participation in Ecotourism and Inclusive Development in M. S. Swaminathan Research Foundation, Chennai, India State Planning Board, State Higher Education Council, Trivandrum Indian Council of Social Science Research, New Delhi Indian Council of Social Science Research, New Delhi University Grants Commission (UGC), New Delhi Rs. 14,78,840/ to Rs. 5,37,240/ to Rs. 95,800/ to Rs. 10,00,000/ to Rs. 7,00,000/ to Rs. 5,89,000/ to Signature (in Hard Copy Only) Page 13 of 25

14 7. Exclusion on the Edge: A Study on Emigration Induced Exclusion of Elderly in 8. Estimation of Coconut Production in Kollam and Ernakulam Districts 9. Economic Feasibility on the Movement of Containers using Barges through Waterways of Southern 10. Evaluation of Coconut Palm Insurance Scheme (CPIS) 11. Low Enrolment, High Dropout and Human Capital Deprivation: An Inquiry into the Educational Exclusion of Scheduled Tribes in Indian Council for Social Science Research Coconut Development Board, Ministry of Agriculture, Government of India Shipping and Inland Navigation Corporation Ltd, Coconut Development Board (CDB), Ministry of Agriculture, Government of India 12. Impact of Globalisation Indian Council of Rs. 5,09,550/ to Kollam- Rs. 16,050/ to Ernakulam- Rs. 90,400/ to Rs. 22,100/ to Rs. 2,88,200/ to University Grants Commission (UGC), New Delhi Rs. 4,80,200/ to Co-investigator Co-investigator Signature (in Hard Copy Only) Page 14 of 25

15 on the Employment and Livelihood Security of Traditional Fishermen of : Analyzing and Identifying the Roles of Self Help Groups and Cooperatives 13. Consumption, Education and Exploitation- A Probe into the Condition of Consumer Exclusion in 14. Social Structural Determinants of Educational Dropout among the Scheduled Tribes in 15. Livelihood and Employment of Workers in Rubber and Spices Plantations 16. Community Based Ecotourism in a Social Science Research (ICSSR), New Delhi Indian Institute of Public Administration (IIPA) through the Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Government of India Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR) New Delhi Rs. 4,84,825/ to Rs. 4,00,000/ to Rs. 4,98,800/ to Co-investigator National Research Project on Plantation Rs. 75,000/- Development, Centre for Development Studies, University Grants Commission Rs. 6,12,100/- Signature (in Hard Copy Only) Page 15 of 25

16 2.5 Research Guidance : 2.5 (a) Ph D Degree Awarded Globalised Economy-A Sustainable Development Option for 17. Human Development Report of Tribal Communities in 18. Dynamics and Institutions in Community Based Fisheries Management: A Sustainable Development Option- A Study of Coastal (UGC), New Delhi to UNDP and Planning Commission of India through State Planning Board, Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR), New Delhi Rs. 4,00,000/ to Rs. 5,20,300/ to SI Title Name of co-guides (if any) Name of student University Year 1. Time-Lag and Cost Baby Thomas CUSAT 1994 Overrun of Infrastructural Investments with Special Reference to Power Projects in 2. India's Engineering P. Arunachalam CUSAT 1995 Signature (in Hard Copy Only) Page 16 of 25

17 Exports: Growth, Concentration and Diversification 3. Urban Informal Sector Entrepreneurship, Self Employment and Linkage 4. Psychographic and Demographic Profiles of Foreign Tourists Visiting with Special Reference to Spending Pattern 5. Technology and Labour Process 6. Socio-Economic Issues and Sustainable Fishery Management: A Case Study of 7. Supply response and Cost of production of natural rubber- an econometric study 8. Cashew industry in Problems and Potentials 9. An Economic Analysis of Cochin Port 10. Poverty, Inequality And Natural Resource Degradation: An Investigation Into The Small-Scale Fishery Martin Patrick CUSAT 1996 Ajithkumar M K CUSAT 1998 Suresh Kumar P CUSAT 1999 Suja Ramakrishnan CUSAT 2003 Maya C Pillai CUSAT 2003 Retheesh K.A. CUSAT 2005 C. Unnikrishnan Nair CUSAT 2005 Mahesh R CUSAT 2006 Signature (in Hard Copy Only) Page 17 of 25

18 Sector of South 11. Technological change and Modernisation in the fishing sector: The question of sustainability 12. Institutional Dynamics in Community-Based Fisheries Resources Management for Sustainable Development of Marine Fisheries in 13. Impact of the Sanitary and Phyto Sanitary Agreement on the Exports of Marine Products from India with special reference to 14. Sustainability and livelihood issues of Vembanad ecosystem Fisherfolk Communities 15. Income, Livelihood and Education of Tribal Communities in Exploring Inter Community Disparities Bindu George CUSAT 2011 Ranjini R Prabhu CUSAT 2011 Parvathy P CUSAT 2012 Florence M A CUSAT 2012 Binu P Paul CUSAT (b) Ph D Thesis submitted Signature (in Hard Copy Only) Page 18 of 25

19 SI Title Name of co-guides (if any) Name of student University Year 1. Community Participation in Ecotourism: An Inclusive Development Option for 2. Social Structural Determinants of Education among Tribes in 3. Implication of Trade, Livelihood and Employment Exclusion among Workers in Plantation Sector in 4. SHGs and Cooperatives in the Fishing Sector: An Inclusive Development Option for the Fisher folk of Bijith George Abraham CUSAT 2015 Suresh P R CUSAT 2015 Rajesh R CUSAT 2015 Rajeev B CUSAT Awards / Medals / Fellowships Academic Recognitions: Award Particulars 1. German Fellowship (DAAD senior Worked in the Centre for Tropical Marine Ecology, University of Bremen, West Germany. Fellowship) in Commonwealth Senior Fellowship Worked in the Faculty of Administration, University of Malaya, Malaysia Canadian Fellowship (Shastri Fellow) for Social Science and Worked in the Faculty of Finance and Management Science, Saint Mary s University, Halifax, Canada. Signature (in Hard Copy Only) Page 19 of 25

20 Humanities 4. Consultant of the World Bank (STC) Project Coordinator, MHO-SEPTRA Two Phase eight times project of the Higher education Ministry of the Government of The Netherlands. 6. Coordinator of the Brethren Colleges Study Abroad Programme of the BCA Abroad Program of the U.S. in the Cochin University for the period India Coordinator, Asia-link European Four Country Collaborative Research Project Funded by the European Union Union Project 2.7 Organiser / Convenor of International / National Conferences / Symposia / Seminars: (Last five years) International Level SI Title and year 1. 2 nd Validation Workshop on Policy Determinants of Household Economic Development (PDHED), (19th July 2014), Chennai st Validation Workshop on Policy Determinants of Household Economic Development (PDHED), (21 st June 2014), Alappey. Chief organiser/ Convener V. A. Nambi, MSSRF, Chennai & Madras School of Economics, Chennai Co-organiser/ co-convener D. Rajasenan, CSSEIP, CUSAT D. Rajasenan, CSSEIP, CUSAT V. A. Nambi, MSSRF, Chennai & Madras School of Economics, Chennai D. Rajasenan, CSSEIP, CUSAT 1. Inclusion of the Excluded Agenda and Strategies (5 th January 2010). 2. National Seminar on Global Finance Capital, Marginalised Majorities and Limited D. Rajasenan, CSSEIP, CUSAT EBRF Signature (in Hard Copy Only) Page 20 of 25

21 Transparency-Lessons for Ensuring an Inclusive India (28 th September 2011). 3. Mixed Methods in Social Science Research- A Statistical Package Approach (26 th -31 st August 2010). 4. Looking South to Look Forward Policies Performance and Participation in Professional and Higher education in South India (11 th June 2011). D. Rajasenan, CSSEIP, CUSAT D. Rajasenan, CSSEIP, CUSAT 3 Assessment of Domain Knowledge 3.1 Experience Additional Teaching / Industrial Experience after obtaining minimum eligibility criteria for the particular post (Only Full-time teaching assignments and/ Industrial Experience not below the rank of Lecturer in UGC/AICTE approved institutions/ Assistant Manager / Officer in a public / multi-national Company, after obtaining the minimum educational qualifications for this post) SI Institution Post held Period (from to..) of years University PG Level Department of Applied Economics, CUSAT Department of Applied Economics, CUSAT Department of Applied Economics, CUSAT College of Fisheries, Agricultural University, Professor in Mathematical Economics and Econometrics Reader in Mathematical Economics Lecturer in Mathematical Economics Jr. Assistant Professor in Fishery Economics August 19, till date 7, February 1989 to 18, August , March 1983 to 6, February , October 1980 to 9, March Signature (in Hard Copy Only) Page 21 of 25

22 University UG/College level Cochin Department of Economics, Travancore Devaswom Board Colleges Lecturer in Economics 17, July 1980 to 15, October months Industrial Experience Additional Research Experience after Ph. D Post-Doctoral Research Design of Experiments for P. G. Level laboratory course Maintenance and operations of sophisticated equipments Institution Post Held Period of years Netherland Ministry of Higher Education (Nuffic) for 8 times at two months duration at the Development Research Institute, the Tilburg University, the Netherlands under SEPTRA tie up. Post Doctoral Fellowships Total period 1.2 years (In the case of Teachers who are also doing research work, their teaching experience alone will be counted credit for both teaching and research will not be awarded concurrently) Signature (in Hard Copy Only) Page 22 of 25

23 3.3 Academic / Administrative Experience (give particulars): 3.03 (a) Administrative experience: Sl No Post Held Period of years 1. Director, Centre for Rural Development and Appropriate Technology (CRDAT), Cochin University of science and Technology 2. Dean Faculty of Social Sciences, Cochin University of Science and Technology 3. Head, Dept. of Applied Economics, Cochin University of Science and Technology September 2005 to July ; and January 2000 to April years 6 years 4 years 3.03 (b) Academic experience (Member, Board of studies, Academic council / Faculty etc.) Sl No Positions held Period of years 1. Ministry of Forest Environment (Expert Member Evaluation, ENVIS) 2015 onwards 2. University Grants Commission (UGC) Nominee, Inspection Committee for Evaluation of recognition status of Distance Education Council of India onwards 3 years 3. Member Committee for Evaluation of Research Projects Educational Status of Scheduled Castes in Indian Council of Social Science Research to Centre for year Development Studies, Trivandrum. 4. Member, UGC Task force for Social Sectoral Allocation in Education, New Delhi years 5. UGC Nominee, UGC Inspection Committee for Evaluation of Autonomous status to 2011 onwards 4 years Universities and Colleges. 6. Member, Expert Committee in UGC for Selection of Post doctoral fellows in 2011 onwords 4 years Signature (in Hard Copy Only) Page 23 of 25

24 Economics; Expert Committee in UGC for Selection of Major Research Projects in Social Sciences 7. Director, Centre for the Study of Social Exclusion and Inclusive Policy (CSSEIP), CUSAT onwards 7 years 8. Director, International Centre for Economic Policy and Analysis (ICEPA), CUSAT onwards 11 years and Member of the Syndicate, Cochin University of Science and Technology, Cochin year each 10. Member of the Senate, Cochin University of Science and Technology, Cochin years 11. Member of the Academic Council, Cochin University of Science and Technology, Cochin years 12. Chairman, Board of Studies in Applied Economics, Cochin University of Science and Technology, Cochin years 13. Member, Board of Studies in Economics, Pondicherry Central University, Pondicherry years 14. Member, Board of Studies in Economics, Sri Sankara University, Kalady years 15. Member, Board of Studies in Economics, Kannur University, Kannur years 16. Member Board of Studies in Economics, University of, Thiruvananthapuram onwards 1 year 17. Member, Staff Council of the Cochin University of Science and Technology, Cochin years Participation in Training Programs/Workshop/Summer Winter-Schools, (organized by Govt. agencies/ UGC/AICTE, ICTP or similar International Organisations) : Duration of Course Title Agency Period Signature (in Hard Copy Only) Page 24 of 25

25 Declaration I, Prof. (Dr.) D. Rajasenan have read the notification and all other related instructions. All information and data furnished above are true to the best of my knowledge and belief. Place: Cochin Date: Signature Signature (in Hard Copy Only) Page 25 of 25